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String Cheese IncidentString Cheese Incident Live at The Forest Queen on 1996-04-07 (April 7, 1996)

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Collection: StringCheeseIncident
Band/Artist: String Cheese Incident
Date: April 7, 1996 (check for other copies)
Venue: The Forest Queen
Location: Crested Butte, CO

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Transferred by: Mark Huisman
Keywords: Live concert


Description

Set 1: Soundcheck Jam > Black Clouds, Esperanza, Handsome Molly, Chili Dawg, Poor Heart, Pockets Full of Money, When Will I, Mouna Bowa, Bigger Isn't Better, Moonflower

Set 2: Resume Man, Eat My Dust, Late in the Evening*, Rhum 'n' Zouc, The Chicken

Notes

* with vocal jam in middle.

SBD > analog master > Nak rx505 > Apogee Rosetta series 24 bit 96khz a/d converter > Tascam da30 > Fostex cr200 > CD> EAC > .wav > MKW > .shn

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Black Clouds 7.2 MB 
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Esperanza 6.6 MB 
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Handsome Molly 4.6 MB 
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Chili Dawg 6.7 MB 
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Poor Heart 3.8 MB 
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Pockets Full of Sand 10.4 MB 
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When Will I 10.6 MB 
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Mauna Bowa (end cut) 8.5 MB 
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Bigger isn't Better (beg cut) 6.2 MB 
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Moonflower 16.5 MB 
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Resume Man 1.3 KB 
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Eat My Dust 10.5 MB 
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Late in the Evening 1.3 KB 
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Rhum 'n Zouc 10.7 MB 
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The Chicken (end cut) 2.4 MB 
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Reviewer: MikesGroover - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - August 21, 2005
Subject: Great glimpse of the early days
This is a great show to get a glimpse of how the band evolved, and includes several rare gems. Sound quality is excellent, aside from a small amount of hiss from the analog generation. The setlist features a large number of songs that are no longer in the rotation.

Poor Heart is humorously introduced as "an old bluegrass song from the 1920s." Along with the YEM-style vocal jam in Late in the Evening, this is a reminder of the role of Phish as a band influence.

Pockets full of Money is introduced as their "Terrapin Station". I wonder what happened to this tune, sung by Kang and played only once, according to the Cheesebase. Excellent acoustic interplay makes this worth a listen.

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